Raiders Foundation provides two veterans of the U.S. Military with service dogs

Two members of our Nation's military recently received a surprise from the Raiders Foundation.

Wednesday, the Raiders hosted Kenneth Brooks, who served on two tours in Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army, and Dwayne Rucker, a member of the U.S. Marine Corps, at the team's stadium site in Las Vegas to gift them each with a service dog; however, before they received their new pups, they were given a tour of the stadium site.

Brooks and Rucker were grateful to receive the service dogs from Raiders Sr. Vice President, Stadium Development and Operations and Marine Veteran Tom Blanda; Vice President, Strategy and Business Development and Navy Veteran, Brandon Doll; Associate Counsel and Navy Veteran, John Yow; and Desktop Support Specialist and Army Veteran Tori Theis. They also extended their gratitude toward the Raiders Foundation and said they are now Raiders fans for life.

The Raiders Foundation and Kline Veterans Fund gave veterans a tour of the Las Vegas Stadium and surprised them with their very own service dogs.

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